Fall Gold Raspberry Plant

Fall Gold Raspberry Plant

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The Fall Gold Raspberry Bush is a popular mid to late-season bearing plant that produces large, sweet, golden raspberries. This perennial bush features an upright growth habit, classic green foliage, and high production levels all season. Learn more about the benefits of owning this berry-producing bush and why it might be the perfect addition to your garden.

The Many Benefits of the Fall Gold Raspberry Bush

One of the main benefits of owning the Fall Gold Raspberry Bush is its extended fruit production period. This bush can produce more sweet, yellow raspberries than traditional red raspberry bush varieties, making it a great choice for gardeners seeking extended harvests over multiple weeks throughout the mid-to-late summer and fall. The larger berries are also perfect for baking delicious pies and jams!

Planting, Watering, and Harvesting Tips for the Fall Gold Raspberry Bush

To ensure successful growth, plant the Fall Gold Raspberry Bush in an area that receives full sun and has well-draining soil. 

It should be regularly watered with 1" of water per week during drought periods, but should never get more than 2" of water per week. 

For optimal yields and to keep pests away, the bush should also be fertilized with a balanced fertilizer once a year (in spring). Raspberries can typically be harvested beginning in July and continuing into October.

Be sure to also check out all our other berry bushes for sale.

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Botanical Name
Rubus 'Fall Gold'
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Sunlight
Full Sun

Foliage Color
Green

Flower Color
Pink

Mature Width
2-3 ft

Mature Height
3-4 ft

Growing Zones 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

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